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 is the second day of the Mt Fuji Jazz Festival in Japan which presents this year Herbie Hancock Super Trio, Art Blakey’s Realtime Jazz Messengers, McCoy Tyner Quintet, Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Smith Blue Note All Stars, Kenny Garrett and Dianne Reeves >> 81 MINUTES on RVM
 do not miss Lambert Hendricks & Bavan – that is Dave Lambert (voc), Jon Hendricks (voc), Yolanda Bavan (voc) plus Gildo Mahones (p), George Tucker (b), Jimmy Smith (d), Pony Poindexter (s)- Jazz Casual hosted by Ralph J. Gleason >> 30 MINUTES >>
 Eddie Lockjaw Davis (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b), Jimmy Smith (d) share the stage at Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland >> 32 MINUTES >>
 for the relaunch of the Blue Note Records label, its President Bruce Lundvall has summoned the Jazz Gotha The Town Hall in New York City (USA). Consider this : Art Blakey, Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, Michel Petrucciani, Jimmy Smith, Stanley Turrentine, McCoy Tyner and Grover Washington, Jr. Feel like going? >> 120 MINUTES >>
Wikipedia : This day (February 8, 2005), in Scottsdale, Arizona, died Jimmy Smith,a jazz musician whose performances on the Hammond B-3 electric organ helped to popularize the instrument.
@Verve : Not surprisingly, many listeners are unaware of the man who is truly the master of the B3: Jimmy Smith. Smith has not received the attention that his legacy and talents so richly deserve. Until now.
@Jazzateria : Although he made the switch from the piano in 1953, Jimmy did not really find his voice on the organ until the following year. Woodshedding took place in the warehouse where he and his father worked as plasterers.
@last.fm : Although he played walking bass lines on the pedals on ballads, for uptempo tunes, he would play the bass line on the lower manual and use the pedals for emphasis on the attack of certain notes. His solos were characterised by percussive chords mixed with very fast melodic improvisation with the right hand.